I work hard in school and always an prepared when it comes to a quiz or a test. I understand that to qualify for National Honor Society you have to be strong in academics. I have worked hard to be where I am today. I've been on the gold honor roll every semester. I enjoy school and I'm blessed that I have the opportunity to attend such a great
Time management is the key to success; it gives you the skill to plan ahead, making your goals achievable. When high school teachers gave us homework, it was practice for us to manage our time, preparing us for the hardships that we will face further in the
Majority of college students in our day are procrastinator. If a student has a paper due in 5 to 7 days, they’ll tend to wait the day before to complete that assignment. Second, they are several reason why there lack of motivation. First reason some students can afford books for the class. Students are unable to obtain the books from school libraries to help with the assignments.
Unfortunately, I had to assist one of the group members from that group. And he refused me doing from everything. But I could change to another class after a few days. Next, being leaders or directors is not easy, their life is really tough and almost every single day they have to make decisions as I mention earlier. One day of the evening, one of the teacher’ mother came and complained to the director saying that “where the other teachers and what are are they doing all the time without doing anything?
She remembers their character and how they made her feel. She has a positive attitude about school and loves to learn. As a mother, I am thankful for the teachers that have poured into her life. In the same way, I want to be a positive influence to my students. A big idea that stood out to me while reading Choose Words is that “Children in our classrooms are becoming literate.
And of course teacher should be sure that all the students are involved to the process of studying and they really are interested. They shouldn’t just show their reading or listening skills, but communicate with the teacher. All my childhood I dreamed to become a teacher. I loved my school so much and ran to
At what point in your life did you realize you wanted to educate the future generations and why? Maybe it was your love for children, or maybe your love for helping others. Or maybe it was because you once had a teacher in your life that was so great you promised yourself that you wanted to be like that teacher someday. Whatever your reason was, the bottom line is that you signed up for a job that requires patience and a loving character and although I am only a student and I know almost nothing about how it is to take on your profession, I can give you the a student’s perspective on what makes the best teachers in a classroom because if the student doesn’t like your teaching then you are going to have a hard time in the classroom. Don’t get me wrong, a student will try their hardest to learn because they do not want to fail but most likely that student will not have fully understood the full material like they are supposed to at the end of the year.
-Curriculum: the school provides a rigorous and diverse curriculum with all fundamental aspects of learning English (listening, reading, writing and speaking) for a wide range of target students/ groups. -School ethos: openness, sharing and commitment to improve students’ learning progress and increase parental confidence. -Professional leadership: managers try to lead subordinates in a professional manner and create a friendly-working environment without conflicts or prejudices for all. -Monitoring progress: all of the written work, final course exam results of students’ performance is stored and reported to parents so that parents can keep up with the learning advancement of their children better. -Customer service: Well-trained student-care officers.
We have often been told that the time we spend in schools, is one of the most precious and cherished periods of our life. It is only during our school days that we enjoy the pleasures of life without the baggage of responsibilities and lead a carefree life. We may not realize this when in school, but this realization comes only later when we are passed our school life, and remember it nostalgically. Whereas, for children, going to school, this life represents a nightmare of lengthy, boring classes and tests. Each child has a different problem in school to deal with.
Each student is ready for a new layer of knowledge to add to the passion for teaching that they bring to the class from their previous classrooms, passionate teachers and personal desire to run their classrooms. The welcoming and eager energy Professor Chin exudes shows me the same excitement that my teacher had when faced with a class of thirty three-feet-tall kids learning the most fundamental skills a child can learn. The same passion is apparent on both of their faces, one teaching how to learn and one teaching how to teach. Jane not only provides me with a fond memory of my past teachers, but she also gives me inspiration for the kind of teacher I hope to become. I want to be relatable, as Jane is, and tell my students stories about my kids, just like Jane does.